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good morning. breaking overnight. mall shooter on the loose. an all-out manhunt this morning for a gunman who walked into a macy's in washington state and started firing. bleeding in the makeup section. i have one rifle left in the area. >> five people killed. and this morning, a community on edge as they're warned to stay indoors. we're on the scene with the latest pft. video controversy. protesters take to the streets of charlotte for a fourth night. hours after the family of keith scott releases the video showing the moments before and after the shooting.
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don't shoot him. don't shoot him. he didn't do anything. >> this as calls for police to release the body camera images grow louder. flooding fears in the midwest as rivers rise threatening to overflow banks. iowa's governor signing a disaster proclamation as residents are told to seek higher ground. and pippa middleton hacked? she is the latest celebrity to fall victim to a cyber thief. her photos now being auctioned off to the highest bidder. today, saturday, september 24th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm sheinelle jones alongside craig melvin and stephanie ruhle and dylan dreyer. >> this pippa middleton thing is
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hacked, but claiming to have intimate photos of pippa and photos of her fiance and her $65,000 wedding dress. >> goes to show it can happen to anyone. >> we will have more on that, but we need to focus on our top story. that breaking news overnight. five people killed when a gunman walked into a shopping mall last night and started shooting. we have gadi schwartz with the latest. seattle, washington. >> out of nowhere it went bam, bam, bam, bam. >> i have two victims down
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i have one rifle left in this area. >> reporter: the gunman reportedly yelling a woman's name as he fired as many as a dozen shots and fled the scene. police release the security camera image of the shooter warning locals to stay indoors until he is caught. >> this is a rural part of washington. there's a lot of places to run to, a lot of houses. it's a big commercial area. to the east of us, there's spots for him to go. >> paying attention to one thing and one thing only, getting the ones out running to safety as well. >> reporter: police say they are looking for one suspect. a young hispanic male who is armed and dangerous. they still have no motive for the shootings. the fbi is now sending agents to help assist with the investigation. adding they have no information that leads them to believe there may be other attacks in this area. but right now, the priority is tracking this suspect down. back to you guys.
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gadi schwartz in washington state. to charlotte, north carolina, where a fourth night of protests held overnight after the deadly shooting of an african-american man. demonstrators taking to the streets hours after keith scott's family released dramatic cell phone video of his death. abc's gabe gutierrez broke this story and has the latest developments. good morning. >> reporter: sheinelle, good morning. a midnight curfew was once again in effect. this was a peaceful night of protests in charlotte. s cell phone video released is extremely graphic and some viewers may find it disturbing. for the fourth straight night, protests in charlotte. >> what did you think when you saw the cell phone video? >> it was devastating. >> it was very disturbing to hear the wife beg for her husband not to be shot. >> reporter: friday night's march is peaceful but passionate. >> don't shoot him.
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obtained cell phone video by keith scott's wife rakeyia after he was shot dead. >> he has no weapon. don't shoot him. >> reporter: but police shout drop the gun a dozen times. >> don't shoot him. >> drop the gun! drop the gun! >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he's not going to do anything to you guys. he just took his medicine. >> reporter: rakeyia referring to a tra family's lawyer scott suffered in a motorcycle accident last year. police were trying to serve a warrant on another man when they encountered scott who posed an imminent threat. >> keith, get out of the car. keith, don't do it. don't you do it. >> reporter: moments later. [ gunshots ] >> did you shoot him? did you shoot him? did you shoot him? he better not be [ bleep ] dead. he better not be [ bleep ] dead.
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>> reporter: earlier this week, police sources told nbc affiliate wcnc, this witness photo after the shooting shows a gun near scott's feet. now a closer look at the cell phone video shows a similar object in the same general location and the officer in the red third stepped back, placing his foot next to that object. his foot remains in that spot for the rest of the video clip. scott's family insists the father of seven was unarmed. their lawyer says none of the videosve they're looking into whether his medication may have played a role in his confusion. this morning, pressure is mounting for the release of the police's body cam and dashcam footage. >> it is not that i want to hide anything. i want to be deliberate in the delivering the whole story. >> reporter: the state does not plan to release the body cam or dash cam footage and is not commenting on the cell phone
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increased security is planned for the carolina panthers game still scheduled for tomorrow. craig? >> gabe gutierrez, thank you. let's bring in ari melber. msnbc's chief legal correspondent. good morning to you. let's pick up where gabe left off. the state bureau of investigations taking over this thing. what's the thinking behind not releasing dashcam video, body cam video? how far would releasing that video go in tamping down tensions there? >> it could go a long way. the thinking is typically you don't release things in the middle fl the investigation to preserve its integrity. authorities have repeatedly characterized the video and selectively released other information. bottom line, they don't look good or fair when they do selective disclosure. >> i want to play a clip here. a small clip. this is before police shoot mr. scott.
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>> he didn't do anything. >> drop the gun! drop the gun! >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he's not going to do anything to you guys. he just took his medicine. >> drop the gun. >> tbi, traumatic brain injury. from a legal perspective, what is clear in that video? what's not clear in that video? >> a couple of things. what is clear is ms. scott's attempt to give police information that she believes would be useful. we know in many cases you have people with brain injury disability who end up in fatal encounters. that could be good information for the police to use. what is also clear to be fair to the officers in this video is, i count when this story broke yesterday when gabe gutierrez obtained the video, we learned for the first time what happened in the lead up to the shooting. i count 12 times that officers said drop the gun in some way. 12 times. from the officers' perspective. they repeatedly tried to
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at the time someone holding a weapon potentially posing a threat. >> this investigation is obviously going to hinge on among other things whether he had a gun. whether scott had a gun. >> certainly. >> we have the picture from earlier this week. this is from our affiliate taken by an eyewitness. if you look closely. we circled it for you in red there. that shows a gun in the foreground. that's what police say, police sources saying. >> an object or gun. >> yes. and gabe, yesterday, this picture appears w object -- there it is on the right side of your screen -- in a similar area. does the video help clarify whether it is or is not a gun? >> no. this video does not. what this video gives us is a lot more information about the lead-up to the shooting and the four shots are not visible on screen and some of the after-effects as you say, during that period, where we see the
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render medical aid. we see objects on the ground. we at nbc news have not confirmed. i think if you got the dash cam and body cam video, you would see multiple angles the flow. you would see the objects and have a better shot of figuring out if it was a gun. by the way, police repeatedly said that video helped them. if it helps them, craig, hopefully sooner or later the public will get to see it and people will make up their own minds about what is on all the videos. >> ari, thank you for your perspective. a funeral will be held tonight for terence crutcher. the unarmed african-american man who was shot and killed by a tulsa police officer last week. we are learning more about betty shelby. the officer charged with manslaughter in the shooting. her attorney says she was so caught up in the confrontation, she did not hear her own gunshot. he added that shelby is trained in de-escalation. she is set to train others on it in the police department. terence crutcher was 40 years
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the white house. with the election just 45 days away, hillary clinton was going to visit charlotte tomorrow but postponed the trip for a week at the request of community leaders. hillary clinton is off the campaign trail prepping for the debate. daughter chelsea will campaign in pennsylvania for her mom. and donald trump has been spending the last few days getting ready, tonight he will headline a rally in roanoke, virginia. kasi hunt is live with the look at how the candidates are getting ready for the debate and unexpected endorsement for donald trump. kasi, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump and hillary clinton both really familiar with big tv moments. this could be the biggest one for both of them with as many as 95 million people expected to tune in to this first debate. clinton and trump are both spending the weekend trying to get ready for it.
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just days before donald trump and hillary clinton face-off in their first debate, trump's one-time rival ted cruz is finally getting on the trump train. >> lyin' ted. >> trump's rival ted cruz is getting on the trump train. #neverhillary. after months of attacks and trump going after cruz's wife. >> you're a coward. leave heidi alone. >> reporter: and kellyanne conway tweeting quote hell froze over today and it feels helping trump prep for his historic showdown with clinton monday night. they are not doing it the traditional way. they're keeping it loose at the golf club and his family in new jersey. >> he is studying and taking it seriously. at the same time, you have to be yourself. >> reporter: clinton is rehearsing. staying off the campaign trail. letting the ad do the talking. >> you treat women with respect. >> i can't say that either. >> while she's at home
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>> crooked hillary. she is as crooked as they come. >> reporter: her goal is to get trump to lose his cool like he did repeatedly in the primary. >> don't worry about it, little marco. i've given my answer, lyin' ted. >> reporter: clinton hoping voters to think he is not ready to be president. >> temperament is everything for donald trump. can he seem presidential. can he fill that suit and convince voters he is ready to be in the white house. >> reporter: clinton and trump will meet separately with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu on sunday as they both try to project that they're ready for the oval office. sheinelle. >> kasi, thank you. the debate is two days away and moderated by our own lester holt. you can watch it monday night at 9:00 eastern right here on nbc. dylan is back with the forecast. with start with major flooding in the midwest. >> yes, mostly because we picked up 14 to 15 inches of rain in the last week for areas in the midwest.
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of our flooding right now. it's the cedar river that's been overflowing its banks. people trying to san bag what they can. cars getting stranded in the floodwaters. unfortunately, we have a little more rain to go. the rivers are so high, it will take until fuss before the rivers start to recede. it's a very slow process. even when the sun comes back out, it is tough to get the water to go below flood stage. all of the red diamonds here is where we have rivers in flood stage. the banks. we have 43 river gauges in flood stage right now. this is the system that will move eastward. it's been producing some snow in the higher elevations, especially back towards utah. as this cold front moves eastward, we will see another line of showers and storms move through hard-hit iowa, only about 1 inch of rain or so. even a little bit does exacerbate the problem with the flooding in the area. we will keep an eye on that. that is a look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your
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and that's your latest forecast. >> thank youn. just ahead, pippa middleton allegedly hacked. is she in danger of having her personal photos and information leaked to the world? and later, the jurassic gods and later, the giraffe that got a little too close to a reporter. but first this is "today" on
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?? welcome to my house ?? >> we are back on saturday morning. sister to duchess kate, pippa middleton had her purse stolen and someone hacked into her iphone account. we have more with joelle. >> good morning. an estimated half of all americans have been hacked. now another hack attack rocking the pippa middleton's icloud account hacked. revealing up to 3,000 personal photos. hackers stealing moments like nude photos of her fiance and prince george and wedding dress of the bride-to-be. offering up to $65,000. pippa middleton telling the daily mail i had a few years of
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a thick skin. managing it has been hard. the pressure of living before the cameras has grown since 2014 when she sat down for her first ever television interview with matt lauer. >> it is seeming wherever i go someone is seeing me and good or bad, i don't relax. >> reporter: the police have been notified and scotland yard is >> the royal family media team should swoop in. >> reporter: and pippa middleton is far from alone. yahoo! disclosed 500 million accounts were hacked by a state-sponsored actor in 2014. and first lady michelle obama's passport was leaked online. u.s. officials suspect is run by russian intelligence. this summer, the democratic national committee hacked by
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the middleton breach could be big for the icloud product. in 2014, private photos of jennifer lawrence and kate upton were stolen. >> someone's personal information is at risk and daily lives are threatened. >> reporter: apple has not returned our request for comment. nbc news has not confirmed the hacking of middleton's account. change your password and use the and don't click on the shady link. >> jo, thank you. still to come, the prank war rages on. rages on. what they did this time ?"all you need is love" plays? rages on. what they did this time my friends know me so well. they can tell what i'm thinking, just by looking in my eyes. they can tell when i'm really excited and thrilled. and they know when i'm not so excited and thrilled.
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we are back on this saturday morning. september 24th, 2016. it is a beautiful-ish day out there. beautiful spirit for we are going to go outside and see some of them. dylan looks great in a poncho. meanwhile, let's look at what has been making headlines today. it is a wild week. a gunman on the loose in washington state. after police say he shot and killed five people in a shopping mall overnight. police say a man armed with a hunting rifle opened fire in macy's and took off before they could catch him. residents in the area are told
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in the nation's capital, the museum of african-american history and culture will open the doors for the first time. it covers slavery and civil rights and honors african-americans from sports to military. it is the bottom of the ninth for the most celebrated voices in baseball history. vince scully will retire >> oh, come on. it's just me. thank you. [ applause ] >> that's not fair. you made me cry once tonight. >> vin scully revered among broadcasters for bringing a poet
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scully. now to the recap. >> the unrest rages on after the officer involved shooting in charlotte. police made quick work of catching a terrorist on the east coast and brad and angelina decide to call it quits. that is some of the stories in the weekly "download." >> a state of emergency in the city of charlotte this week as protests over the fatal police turned violent. >> tear gas used to push the crowd back. dozens of arrests as violence escalates. a shot rings out. protester down. >> i can't get in there right now. >> while in tulsa, oklahoma, a police officer shot and killed an unarmed african-american man whose car broken down is now facing criminal charges. >> the filing of the felony crime of manslaughter in the
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officer betty shelby is warranted. and new york and new jersey are recovering from the bombing that rattled the area last weekend. >> today, ahmad khan rahami is charged with using weapons of mass destruction and bombing of public places. 31 people injured in the blast. after a shootout with police, investigators say they found a bullet pierced journal on rahami. >> it is clear from the journal that mr. rahami was receiving inspiration from the isis spokesman. >> these events dominating the presidential campaign. >> trump blaming the weekend attacks on president obama and clinton immigration policy. >> what kind of screening procedures were performed? >> clinton arguing trump is giving ammunition to the enemies. >> they are looking to make this into a war against islam. >> big business under fire on capitol hill this week including the company that drove up the
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and used it to your advantage. >> by introducing a generic is unprecedented. >> it is unprecedented to raise the price $500. >> and wells fargo under fire for opening fraudulent credit card and accounts. >> the only way you will change if executives face jail time when you preside over fraud. and shocker. angelina jolie filing for divorce. >> asking for soul custody of the six kids with pitt getting access. >> and a close call for pilot tom richards. >> he shuts off the engine because it wasn't running well. the message failed to reach competitors.
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just a hand injury. he said he is not upset over the incident. just considers himself very lucky. >> and finally a beautiful moment of love and sacrifice at the world triathlon series. >> johnny was on the way to the first place finish, but his body was overwhelmed by heat and dehydration. he nearly collapsed. here comes older brother allistair. he sacrificed his own victory by pushing johnny to second place and takth >> priceless. brotherly love. >> better than any -- >> i'm getting teary. >> i bet he did not think twice about it. i got to get my brother. >> my brother probably would have tripped me up. >> he would trip me up. >> look at that. that is a happy moment. >> that is brotherly love. you have two boys. would they do it?
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triathlon. >> they were wrestling around. i said no, no. >> this is your brother. you love him. >> your brother is your best friend. >> there you go. >> and your worst enemy in the case in my house. >> really? >> dylan, no one is worse. >> it is hot down south and it will stay warm. feeling more like summer. in the northeast, it will feel like fall. the crisp in the air. low temperatures more seasonable. we are done with the 80s. we will move into 60s and low 70s. that is on target for what you expect this time of year. on sunday, it cools down. new york city, 71. providence, 67. in platsburg, 62. down south, we are looking for temperatures about 5 to 15 above average. nashville, 93 on saturday.
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90s from nashville to montgomery. and most of georgia and florida too. we have to watch out for isolated storms today. the flooding potential through iowa were we could see another 1 inch of rain. continue to keep the rivers above flood stage. that is the look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. just ahead, i'll call this i hope so. eating lots of cheese actually
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mcdonald's has you covered. starting monday, the fast food giant is testing out a breakfast happy meal in tulsa, oklahoma. it includes two mcgriddle sandwiches and one egg sandwich. you can choose from apple and yogurt or fries. i know which my kids will pick. you can expect to see happy year. >> that is a good idea. >> you also get a toy. >> i tend to order a happy meal at mcdonald's. for portion control. i wonder if they had a happy meal for breakfast. now this answers that question. >> great idea. >> i have my kids say four nuggets. i eat the other two. >> are you not supposed to eat the happy meal? >> brian gets the toy. so it is a win-win.
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science confirms something we have known for years. eating cheese is good for you. the university of copenhagen studied full fat cheese. another ate a lower fat and the other ate bread and jam. researchers found those who ate the high fat cheese had no change in waist or blood pressure. in di the bad cholesterol have no change. the people's hdl, it increased. >> that is part of the french diet. french women are skinny or something? >> i have a friend who says you'll never been skinny if you eat cheese. >> those are people who live in new york. they walk seven miles to get there and walk home. >> cheese and mcdonald's.
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check out what happened when a san diego reporter encounters a very frisky giraffe live on air. >> man, that's a lot of slobber. oh! >> where is this going? >> all right. >> what is happening? >> that giraffe got to third base on live television. >> that's not third base. not where i come from. >> you started it. >> i was say it. >> that is the funniest thing you said to me. what is up with the giraffe? the san diego zoo saying there are a couple of reasons why the giraffe snuggled up to the reporter. the giraffe could have had a scratch or the reporter has a scent. >> you need to learn your lingo. i did not hook up with a giraffe. i was at a sanctuary.
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snuggled up. they are cute. they smell a little. your hands stink. >> you want to go to pop start? >> where i come from, that's hooking up. >> you southern boys. here we go. let's start with news for "saturday night live." we finally know who is hosting the premiere next week. it is the talented and stunning margot robbie. by weeknd. we can't wait to see what they come up with for skits. up next, the prank war with matt lauer and ellen degeneres is alive and well. the fifty shades and the ping pong ball and then florence
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when you thought the hatchet was buried, look at ellen again. >> henry tyler was here yesterday. he did celebrity readings. he did matt lauer. this happened on the "today" show. >> i don't understand the process. >> i found holding on to an object makes a stronger connection with a particular >> phenomenal to me. i don't spend a lot of time doing it. >> i don't know what that is. craig, share with us. coming up next, dylan -- i would not take that lying down. dylan dreyer getting ready to take us on a journey to some of the world's most amazing natural wonders. that's right after this. over there's good. so, how much longer you think this will take?
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>> starting next week, i'm hosting a new show on nbc called "journey with dylan dreyer." we take you to the most amazing places on the planet. you don't have to get off your couch to get there. welcome to castle studios. the set of my show "journey with dylan dreyer." >> from the snow capped mountains of the wilderness to the sands of the desert. this is "journey with dylan dreyer." a new show bringing the world's unexplored landscape, unique animals and ancient cultures right to your living room. >> they go under the ocean and up to space and to the amazon and serengheti. it is a chance for families to learn about their world in a way
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>> to capture these incredible landscapes, camera operators use large format cameras. >> the stories have been photographed in the most incredible way possible using the highest resolution cameras. cameramen strapped to airplanes and cameramen over waterfalls. you get to see locations on the planet that are incredibly difficult to access and difficult to photograph. >> action. >> back in the studio, we're not strapped to airplanes, but there is a bit of tv magic using a large green screen. >> dry season is coming to a close. >> adopting the same technology like movies for "lord of the rings" and "spider-man." >> everything we have is on green screen. it pans out to a virtual
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it is actually me standing on a box with a green screen. when it all comes together, it will be a unique journey to places you only read about. >> okay. you can catch "journey with dylan dreyer" it feels weird saying that on nbc stations next week. saturday, october 1st. the visuals are stunning. it is like one of theho hour with your family and take in the magic that this planet has to offer. >> and family is the key word. i can picture that watching that with my kids or husband. >> a lot of folks don't know about you is you have a very healthy amount of intellectual curiosity. it is good to see you. >> thank you. >> we're excited for you. >> congratulations. we're back in a moment.
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all right. that's going to do it for this saturday on "today." tomorrow on "sunday today" willie sits down with nick krol. he makes the move from tv to broadway. >> later today, new york's central park has a very big deal. expected to play. if you cannot make it to new york for the concert. you can watch it on msnbc. >> the weather will get better later today. >> you promise? >> even if it is rainy here, enjoy the rest of your saturday and have a great weekend, everybody. before i had the shooting, burning, pins-and-needles of diabetic nerve pain, these feet played shortstop in high school, learned the horn from my dad and played gigs from new york to miami.
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